How to Get Pride 2022 Emotes in League of Legends

Rifat Mahmood
By Rifat Mahmood
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Pride month is just around the corner, and Riot is releasing some awesome emotes as always so that player can show off their support on the rift.

League of Legends is one of the most successful games in the world, with millions of players worldwide. Riot Games always try to promote significant real-life events in-game. Riot started their pride focus event in 2018 with the Rainbow Fluff icon. Since then, the events have only gotten bigger and better. This will be the fifth year Riot has released something to celebrate pride month.

Last year Riot started their pride event in May. The event featured Leona and Diana as a couple. Riot released two different emotes and some icons for the event that you could unlock by completing some missions. It was great to see Diana, the Scorn of the Moon, and Leona, the Radiant Dawn, brought together.

Fans wondered if they would get another cute couple for this year’s pride month. Riot has revealed Twisted Fate, and Graves will feature the 2022 pride event as the world celebrates people of the LGBTQ+ community.

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Pride 2022 Emotes

For the 2022 pride event, three emotes have been added to the PBE server. The emotes are called “Accepted”, “Partners in Crime”, and “Pride 2022”.

The Devs are taking feedback on the emotes as they are on the PBE server. Some aspects of these emotes might be changed on full release depending on community feedback.

How to Obtain Pride 2022 Emotes

Last year Riot added 3-4 missions, and by completing those, you could unlock all the emotes and icons. So this year should also be the same unless Riot changes things up. As of now, the missions haven’t been added to the PBE server.

But you should expect some straightforward missions. We will update you as soon as there is more information about this.

Release Date

Pride 2021 event kicked off in May and lasted till the end of June. So this year, it should be similar. With patch 12.10 coming to live servers on May 25th, Pride 2022 event should start with the patch.

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Rifat Mahmood is a former League of Legends writer at GameRiv.